Apple Of Their Eye: New iPhone XS, XS Max, XR Accessories
Cases ready (or almost ready) to ship in order to protect and charge the new Apple darlings.
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Apple fanboys: You’d be hard-pressed to find another group that gets more excited when a new iPhone launches. (It doesn’t even matter if the new version is the same dimensions as the old one — still excited.)
Presented here are a plethora of options that are ready (or almost ready) to ship in order to properly protect and charge the new Apple darlings.
Able to withstand a 12-foot drop, this dazzling iPhone case is compatible with wireless charging and features scratch protection. Suggested retail is $39.99.
This case pledges to keep new iPhones safe from tumbles up to 9.9 feet high. Design details include a raised bezel, open port, lanyard attachment, rotating mute switch and a rubber bumper; it is compatible with wireless charging. Pricing ranges from $39.99 to $49.99, with a choice of clear, Stealth Black or Blueridge/Sunset.
This case can protect butterfingers from drops of up to 7 feet with its impact-resistant polycarbonate inner shell. It comes in clear, black and Iris for a $29.99 suggested retail.
Made of genuine leather, the Icon Wallet comes in black, tan, Camo/Burnt Orange, Stingray and Wicker. It features RFID-blocking card slots, a cash pocket and an elastic strap closure. Pricing ranges from $49.95 to $64.99.
The company’s most protective case, the Reprieve Sport features reinforced shock-absorbing bumpers on each corner to handle drops of up to 12 feet. Suggested retail is $39.99.
This edge-to-edge screen protector features EyeSafe technology designed to filter out portions of the high-energy visible (HEV) blue light spectrum emanated from smartphones. HEV blue light may contribute to digital eye strain, and the VisionGuard reportedly reduces the while maintaining the display’s color performance. Suggested retail is $44.99.
Slam cases ($49.99) have raised, beveled edges to keep the iPhone protected from drops up to 6.6 feet. A two-piece design includes a clear back panel and rubberized color around the edges and front of the case. Four graphics options are available, a first for this line.
The company has redesigned this line to boast a slimmer form factor and easily accessible buttons. Cases are currently available in a variety of colors and patterns. Pricing ranges from $39.95 to $55.95.
The Presidio Pro intends to protect in more ways than one: In addition to drop protection up to 10 feet, it also has an anti-microbial treatment the company said inhibits the growth of bacteria on the case. The interior is coated with Speck’s Impactium shock-absorbing material. Pricing ranges from $49.95 to $44.95.
These durable, water-resistant cases come in three colors (black, Magma and Cobalt) and build in storage for credit cards. Suggested retail is $39.95.
Featuring 6-foot drop protection, this dual-layer case for the iPhone X and XS adds a zinc-alloy magnetic kickstand for easier video watching. It comes in four colors for $44.95.
The company has updated its anodized aluminum case with a new honeycomb interior lining for additional shock absorption. It comes in black, purple, gray or blue for $39.99.
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